Dreamspell

(A Novel)

by Tamara Leigh

Book Cover: Dreamspell
Editions:Kindle
ISBN: B007MDF8OG
Pages: 348

A time to live. A time to die. A time to dream.

Sleep disorders specialist Kennedy Plain has been diagnosed with a fatal brain tumor. When her research subject dies after trying to convince her he has achieved dream-induced time travel and her study is shelved, she enlists herself as a subject to complete her research. But when she dreams herself into 14th-century England and falls into the hands of Fulke Wynland, a man history has condemned as a murderer, she must not only stay alive long enough to find a way to return to her own time, but prevent Fulke from murdering his young nephews. And yet, the more time she spends with the medieval warrior, the more difficult it is to believe he is capable of committing the heinous crime for which he has been reviled for 600 years.

Baron Fulke Wynland has been granted guardianship of his brother’s heirs despite suspicions that he seeks to steal their inheritance. When the king sends a mysterious woman to care for the boys, Fulke is surprised by the lady's hostility toward him--and more surprised to learn she is to be his wife. But when his nephews are abducted, the two must overcome their mutual dislike to discover the boys' fate. What Fulke never expects is to feel for this woman whose peculiar speech, behavior, and talk of dream travel could see her burned as a witch.

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Reviews:Carla Laureano on Goodreads wrote:

I wish I knew what made Tamara Leigh's books so magical, because I'd bottle it and sell it (or maybe give it away, if I was feeling philanthropic) to all the other authors out there. First, she managed to make me like chick lit. Then she sucked me into time-travel romance, a genre I don't often read and is (in my opinion) rarely done well.

"Dreamspell" is a keeper. From an interesting premise of HOW time travel happened to a engaging mystery in her medieval world, I was glued to every world. And her heroes... yep, I always like her heroes. Fulke Wynland is no different.

I particularly like how she wrapped up the contemporary story at the end, giving a satisfying conclusion to both the medieval and modern storylines. Very well done. Do I suspect there might be another book to be written here? Ah, allow me my er, dreams...


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Tamara Leigh is a USA Today Bestselling author and holds a Master’s Degree in Speech and Language Pathology. In 1993, she signed a 4-book contract with Bantam Books. Her first medieval romance, Warrior Bride, was released in 1994. Continuing to write for the general market, three more novels were published with HarperCollins and Dorchester and earned awards and spots on national bestseller lists.

In 2006, Tamara’s first inspirational contemporary romance, Stealing Adda, was released. In 2008, Perfecting Kate was optioned for a movie and Splitting Harriet won an ACFW “Book of the Year” award. The following year, Faking Grace was nominated for a RITA award. In 2011, Tamara wrapped up her "Southern Discomfort" series with the release of Restless in Carolina.

When not in the middle of being a wife, mother, and cookbook fiend, Tamara buries her nose in a good book—and her writer’s pen in ink. In 2012, she returned to the historical romance genre with Dreamspell, a medieval time travel romance. Shortly thereafter, she once more invited readers to join her in the middle ages with the "Age of Faith" series: The Unveiling, The Yielding, The Redeeming, The Kindling, and The Longing. Tamara’s #1 Bestsellers--Lady at Arms, Lady Of Eve, Lady Of Fire, and Lady Of Conquest—are the first of her medieval romances to be rewritten as clean reads. Look for Baron Of Emberly, the second book in "The Feud" series, in early winter 2015.

Tamara lives near Nashville with her husband, sons, a Doberman that bares its teeth not only to threaten the UPS man but to smile, and a feisty Morkie—named Maizy Grace, by the way—that keeps her company during long writing stints.


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